• The "Tempo rallentato" (slackened time) by Nino Migliori

    Author(s):
    Stefano Verri (see profile)
    Date:
    2020
    Subject(s):
    20th century, Art criticism, Art galleries, Conceptual, Photography
    Item Type:
    Essay
    Tag(s):
    Exhibitions, still life
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/mq8p-zy08
    Abstract:
    Nino Migliori, born in Bologna in 1923, is one of the fundamental figures of the italian photographic panorama - and not only - who since the first years of activity has been able to make a deeply original contribution to that aesthetic debate that was taking shape in the 1950’s, balanced, as it was, between the formalist heritage of Benedetto Croce and the new international influences. A fluid and never predictable approach, characterized by experimentation and not by imitation, in which alongside the photographic tales of neo-realist inspiration, which represent an original interpretation of traditional photography, he realizes - in the late 1940s - the first informal photographic experiments.
    Notes:
    Artist's exhibition text on occasion of IO SONO VERTICALE / 2020, feb 20th - giu 20th, Monitor Gallery, Pereto (AQ)
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